Discover the world of Communications at Molloy College and become part of one of the most contemporary, exciting, and challenging fields. Our stimulating, multi-faceted program includes valuable hands-on experience and academic training. We will guide you through the dynamic interplay of communication theory and practice and, then, we’ll show you how to effectively translate the skills you learn into professional employment or graduate study.

Our goal for each student is to prepare him or her to enter the vibrant communication workplaces of the twenty-first century and to make positive contributions. We give our Communications students a solid foundation of skills, knowledge, and practical experience. We prepare our graduates to face the challenges of an ethically complex world by offering theoretical and critical courses. Students also do an exciting internship at prominent media and public relations companies.

The Communications Department offers majors in Communications (either a Media or Professional Communications concentration) and Communications/Childhood Education. These programs will develop and enhance your speaking, listening, writing, and critical thinking skills. The Department also offers minors in Media, Professional Communications, and Journalism (print, broadcast, online).

Your degree from Molloy College will qualify you to embark on a career in film and television production, in public relations, advertising, or events planning, in management or administration of any industry, or in teaching. These are only a few of the infinite possibilities waiting for you upon graduation. With a Communications degree from Molloy College your options are endless.

Communications Majors


Designed for those who wish to pursue careers in television, film, broadcast journalism or those who plan on graduate studies in film and television studies, cultural studies, media production or media management.

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Ideal for those interested in graduate study or careers in public relations, human resources, conflict resolution, event planning, management or administration in any industry or field, and for the development of effective communication skills in any organizational or professional setting.

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Designed to prepare students for a successful career in teaching. The discipline of communications is changing rapidly as a result of emerging technology. More generally, media have created cultural changes which drastically alter the way students in these age-groups learn and the skills expected of them.

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Communications Minors


Required Courses:

COM 2500 – Film Art (3 credits)

COM 2560 – Field Production (3 credits)

COM 3550 – History of Media (3 credits)

Plus 3 other COM courses (9 credits), 2000 level or higher, selected in consultation with advisor.


Required Courses:

COM 2550 – Public Relations (3 credits)

COM 2590 – Introduction to Advertising (3 credits)

COM 3130 – Interpersonal Communications

COM 3150 – Organizational Communication (3 credits)

Plus 2 other COM courses (9 credits), 2000 level or higher, selected in consultation with advisor.

Molloy College Communications Department Faculty and Staff


Television Studio

Located in the basement of Wilbur Arts (W017), the Molloy College television studio comprises of high definition equipment including Panasonic HPX 370 cameras, tripods, ETC lighting grid/board and plenty of space for students to build sets for their productions.  In the adjacent room next door (W016), houses the control room.  In the control room, students will find additional high definition equipment to produce their television program.  This equipment includes Yamaha LS9 audio board, For.A production switcher, AjA Ki Pro for digital recording, Chyron character generator, and Samsung Smart TV for multi-screen viewing.

Communications Media Lab

Located in the basement of Wilbur Arts (W004) around the corner from the television studio, the Communications Department’s media lab hosts 24 iMac computers for post production. Students utilize the lab to edit film and television productions using software such as Avid Media Composer, Final Cut Pro, and Adobe Premiere Pro.  Additional software includes the entire Adobe Creative Suite (PhotoShop, After Effects, etc.), Final Draft, and Microsoft Office, among others.

Podcast Studio

Housed in the Communications Department’s media lab, the podcast studio offers 6 microphone stations for students to produce audio shows. Students utilizing the podcast studio can create individual audio shows or have a group discussion with guests. Equipment offered to students include an audio mixer and digital recording unit.